• To open this account online, your child must hold a Nationwide savings or current account (so we know who they are and don’t need to do ID checks). If your child doesn’t you can easily open this account in one of our branches.
  • You can open this account online if you have a Nationwide current account, savings account, credit card or mortgage. If you don’t, you can easily open this account in one of our branches.
  • If you would like to put in money to your Future Saver when you open the account online, you’ll need to do this from a Nationwide savings or current account in your name. Make sure you have the account number and sort code to hand.
  • Applicants must be over 18 and must have parental responsibility for the child they’re opening the account for.
  • Applicants must live at the same address as the child for at least some of the time.
  • The child named on the account must be under 16 years old.
  • An adult applicant can only open one account per child.

I want to open a Future Saver account

Great! When you open Future Saver online, please make sure you have to hand your account number and sort code.

Apply using our secure application form

Apply using our secure application form

As your child is new to our society, you’ll need to visit a Nationwide branch to open this account. You'll need to bring proof of ID for you and your child (if they don't already have a Nationwide savings or current account) when you pop in.

As you’re new to our society, you’ll need to visit a Nationwide branch to open this account. You'll need to bring proof of ID for you and your child (if they don't already have a Nationwide savings or current account) when you pop in.

Future Saver is only available to those with parental responsibility for the child they’re saving for.


Options if you don't have parental responsibility

You can choose to contribute to a Future Saver account that's been opened for the child, or you can open a different account for the child in your own name.